TMNT Villain Microseries #2

TMNT Villain Microseries #2

Writer: Erik Burnham Artist: Andy Kuhn Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: May 22, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
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8.5User Rating

Baxter Stockman is busy working for Krang on the Technodrome... or so it appears. Little does Krang know that Baxter has secretly been working on his own project that is both mutant AND machine! But when creation turns on creator, Baxter's trademark smugness might be in short supply! Will Baxter come up with a plan B in time to save himself... and the world?

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman May 22, 2013

    TMNT fans, this is a must read issue. It's not critical reading for the overall narrative or anything along those lines -- it's just a simply awesome short tale. Burnham does a stellar job improving Stockman's reputation and making the character infinitely more fascinating. Meanwhile, Kuhn's unique visuals are a great fit for Burnham's tech heavy story and the end result is an issue any and every TMNT fan should read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin May 22, 2013

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villain Microseries #2: Baxter Stockman is a good book that's worthy of your purchase. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Samantha Roehrig May 22, 2013

    Overall, the story wasn't horrible by any means. It just lacked some action. I don't need asses being kicked but at least some better mind maneuvers. It all seemed too predictable. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Read Comic Books - Derek Baker May 22, 2013

    While not perfect, this little look into Baxters life should satisfy fans. Erik Burnham has shown that he can write a respectable TMNT story that can sometimes make up for its lack of substance with a whole lot of charm. Thats probably the best way to describe this issue. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Fairbanks May 28, 2013

    Flashback scenes to Stockman's relationship with his father bore a very different art and coloring style, serving as nice breaks while we glimpse Stockman's past and discover that he's the kind of man who plays the long game, meaning that while his role in this issue wasn't the most interesting, he could become a pretty big player in the grand scheme of things. Read Full Review

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